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Florida State University New Faculty Orientation. Presented by: Brandon Bowden, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs David L. Perry, FSUPD Assistant Vice President & Chief of Police August 18, 2014. Faculty/Staff Emergency Guide. Purpose:

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Florida State UniversityNew Faculty Orientation

Presented by:

Brandon Bowden,

Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs

David L. Perry, FSUPD

Assistant Vice President & Chief of Police

August 18, 2014

Faculty/Staff Emergency Guide

  • Purpose:

    • Create awareness of resources and practices for dealing with

    • distressed students

    • Become familiar with resources and practices prior to needing them

  • Received paper folder in handouts and available online at:

    • http://deanofstudents.fsu.edu/

    • http://studentaffairs.fsu.edu/

Folder Contents

  • Signs of a distressed student

  • Crisis response and how to handle questionable behavior

  • Tips for handling a distressed student who has a weapon

  • How to gain access to the Victim Advocate Program and Employee Assistance Services

  • Information about class absence and deceased student notices

  • Emergency resources for consultation and referral

  • Title IX information

Folder Resources

  • Additional Comments

    • Confidentiality and FERPA

      • Health and Safety Exception

    • Student Situation Resolution Team (SSRT)

Dean of Students Department

Contact the Department for Assistance


Part of the Division of Student Affairs

Michelle Burke – Dean of Students

The Florida State University Police Department

Chief David L. Perry

Deputy Chief Jim Russell

Captain Jason Trumbower

FSUPD Fact Sheet

  • Full Service, Accredited Law Enforcement Agency (Florida Commission on Accreditation)

  • Police with powers of arrest, not Campus Security

  • 24/7/365 campus response

  • 67 sworn Police Officers, numerous civilian support staff

  • Follow compliance with Department of Education Crime Reporting Guidelines (Clery)

Critical Incident Training

  • FSUPD Conducts Yearly “Realistic” Training

  • Have Instructors on staff

  • Yearly Weapons Qualification

  • Accredited Agency with approved Policy and Procedures

FSU Emergency Alert System

33 Methods of Notification

Primary Notification Methods

  • www.fsu.edu Home Page

  • Alerts.fsu.edu (Alerts Page)

  • Outdoor Sirens

  • NOAA Weather Radios

  • Text Messages

  • E-mail

  • Blue-Light Safety Telephones

  • (850) 644-INFO Hotline

  • 530AM Visitor Information Radio

  • Voice-mail Message

  • Reverse-Dialing (ADA)

  • Computer Network-Up Windows

  • RSS Feeds

  • Network Login Portals (Omni)

  • Facebook

  • MySpace

  • Twitter

FSU Emergency Alert System

  • Network Login Pages (Blackboard and Omni)

  • Online Newspaper

  • Voice over Fire Alarm

Secondary Notification Methods

  • 2-Way Radios

  • Electronic Message Boards

  • Electronic Card Swipe

  • Seminole Cablevision

  • WFSU Television

  • WFSU Radio

  • Vehicle Public Address Speakers

FSU Mobile Application


Domestic Security Awareness Training for Faculty and Staff

Training Videos shown during classroom training sessions

Threat Assessment Team



Information is Power

Where YOU Can Make A Difference!

  • Timely Notification of Situations and Incidents (Regardless of the Location)

  • Proper Communication with FSU Staff or Administrators

  • Proper Communication with the Dean of Students Office or the Police Department

  • Tell Someone!

  • The Little Things Matter:


Florida State University New Faculty Orientation

  • Chief David L. Perry, FSUPD Chief of Police 850-644-1234/ dlperry@fsu.edu

  • Michelle Burke, Dean of Students 850-644-2428/ mburke@fsu.edu

  • Brandon Bowden, Assistant Vice President

    for Student Affairs 850-644-5590/


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